Embroidery in Centurion has never been easier. Fahrenheit Embroidery has its own industrial embroidery equipment, which enable us to deliver to the highest quality standards and ensure that you are completely satisfied with the end result.
We have a passion for quality and to deliver on time. With our 28 industrial embroidery heads to do your embroidery, no order, large or a small, is a problem for us to run. Your complete satisfaction truly matters to us.
Fahrenheit offers a range of products and services regarding embroidery:
o Headwear, caps, t-shirts, golf shirts, lounge shirts, workwear, jackets, beanies and so much more!
The embroidery process starts with an idea or a logo of artwork. That artwork then has to be "digitized" which is the specialized process of converting two dimensional artwork into stitches or thread. Contrary to popular opinion, you cannot take any format of artwork a jpeg, tif, eps, bmp, and just convert it to digitizing.
The digitizer has to actually recreate the artwork using stitches, meaning, the digitizer is programming the sewing machine to stitch a specific design, in a specific color, with a specific type of stitch. This is the process known as digitizing.
While the digitizing process automates the machine stitching, much of the process continues to be hands on. Before the sewing can begin, specific thread colors must be loaded by hand into the machines. A spool of thread for each color for each sewing head must be loaded.
The machine itself is programmed by the operator to sew the design in a particular color sequence and a particular sewing speed. The garments must then be "hooped" or “framed” individually, again by hand, and then loaded into the machine. Once the design has completed sewing, the garment is taken off the machine, un-hooped, and then sent to the next step in the production process.
After the logo is embroided unto your garment, it gets taken out of the hoop or frame and the final cleaning of the unwanted thread starts. Still, all this is done by hand. Packing and counting follows.